flossing tips

still not flossing? 

We know you hate it, but flossing really does preserve the health and aesthetics of your smile. 

Flossing tips:

Published on Tuesday 12 September 2017  
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braces or invisalign - get the right treatment for your teeth

Orthodontics is a great way to change the structure of your teeth, both for cosmetic and health reasons. However, as technology has advanced, so have the various treatments available. This can make choosing the right treatment difficult. The following outlines the various pros and cons of each to help you choose the correct treatment for your teeth.

Published on Thursday 7 September 2017  
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10 reasons to eat apples

An apple a day keeps the doctor away? Here are 10 reasons why that's true:

1. The phytonutrients in apples can help you regulate your blood sugar. Recent research has shown that apple polyphenols can help prevent spikes in blood sugar.

2. Apples are a good source of fibre, important in prevention of heart disease through healthy eating regulation of blood fat levels. Recent research has shown that eating apples can significantly lower many of our blood fats - an effect assoiciated with it's fat soluble fibre, pectin.

3. Pectin contained in apples also helps to reduce cholesterol, preventing it from building up in the lining of blood vessel walls. This in effect also reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and heart disease.

Published on Tuesday 5 September 2017  
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lunch box tips

Pack a school lunch with a healthy punch for your kids with these healthy lunch box tips and lunch recipes that beat cheese and vegemite sandwiches any day.
Making lunch every day of the school year can be tiresome for mothers (and kids) so remember to mix up your menus and keep trying out fresh ideas to keep your child interested in the healthy treats you're tucking inside their lunch box.

Published on Monday 28 August 2017  
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are you brushing properly?

In an average lifetime you will spend 38.5 days cleaning your teeth. But how do you know you're doing it right? 7 in 10 Australians admit they should be doing a better job caring for their teeth, according to an Australian Dental Association (ADA) report.

Published on Thursday 24 August 2017  
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